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Martin, Pam Huff; second row 
— Lynn Moss, Marca 
Brewington, third row — 
JoAnne Oxendine, Debbie 
Shope; back row, Barbara 
Collins, Felecia McLean. 



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this "retrospect" section were 
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INDIANHEADs. 




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■"Complaints tell me that students are 
showing interest.' says energetic 
Derek Lowry. president of the student 
body. To follow up on this, the Student 
Senate i<eeps an office for students to 
go in and voice their complaints or to 
offer suggestions about things that 
need to be done. Upon receiving these 
complaints, Calvin Ramsey, senate 
president, appoints committees to look 
into them. The last weeks of February 
committees were investigating the 
bookstore policy used at PSU and 
another committee was meeting with 
the Director of Food Services to 
eliminate the S10 cost of replacing lost 
or stolen meal tickets. 



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Movies. IS another person largely 
responsible for some form of campus 
social life . . . which of course is the 
movies shown. He devoted much of his 
time to the selection and the 
presentation of the films and 
admirably, like many other persons in 
student government, worked without 
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David McDuffy, the Secretary of Entertainment 
was largely responsible for a highly successful 
homecoming week. There was a parade which all 
students could, if desired, have attended. 
fireworks and a formal dance at the Ramada Inn 
in Lumberton. The dance could be termed 
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President — Derek Lowry 
Vice President — Calvin Ramsey 
Secretary — Carolyn Cottle 
Treasurer — Dehavea Drake 
Senators — Donald Norton 
Kathy Schwarz 
Sharon Bolton 
Dana Bixby 
Karen Brookshire 
Ken Core 
Theresa Phillips 
Lynn Kirkpatrick 
Wendy Tolbert 
Sonja Cowan 
Mike Mclver 
Darlene Davis 
Ann McGirt 
Dale Thomas 



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The history of Pembroke State University is inseparable from the history of the Lumbee Indians of North 
Carolina, the largest body of Indians east of the Mississippi River. Although the origin of the Lumbees remains 
somewhat controversial and mysterious, there is no doubt that they are a vital, vigorous part of the society and 
history of Robeson County and North Carolina. It is equally true that their history has been one of struggle to gain 
identity, to acquire an education and to become first-class citizens. Pembroke State University has its origins in 
that struggle. 

A key development in the history of the Lumbees was the North Carolina Convention of 1835. Previously the 
Indians were allowed to attend school, to serve m the military of their country, and, if they met the legal 
requirements, to vote. After this Convention, they were relegated to a condition of second class citizenship. From 
1835 to 1868, the Indians suffered the indignities of discrimination. They were not allowed to vote, to attend 
school, or even, as a matter of general policy, to serve in the Confederate Army, though some were willing. 
Instead, during the Civil War they were closely watched by the Home Guard as a potential danger and used as 
■■forced labor'' on projects such as the coastal batteries near Wilmington, a practice bitterly resented by this 
proud people. In fact, the confusion, discrimination and deprivation of the War years heightened tension between 
the races m Robeson County. This situation exploded into a ten-year "war- between the Henry Berry Lowrie 
■■band" and the Whites in 1864. The terror and bloodshed of the "Lowrie War" was compounded by the bitterness 
and problems of Reconstruction, a period when the victorious North dealt harshly with the vanquished South. 

More than one hundred years after the Lowrie War the Indians of Robeson County still ponder and discuss the 
sudden disappearance of Henry Berry Lowry in 1872. They wonder whether the guerilla leader was killed and his 
body secretly buried, or whether he left the state for a safer and friendlier environment. The only certainty is that 
no one ever collected the reward placed on his head. The mystery that surrounds him is unlikely ever to be 
cleared up to the satisfaction of all. 

In recognition of Henry Berry Lowrie's role m Lumbee history, Robeson County is preparing for an outdoor 
drama, "Strike at the Wind", based on this Indian hero's life. 

When Reconstruction ended in 1875, North Carolina began to move forward in public education. However, the 
period from 1875 to 1885 was a decade of despair for the Indians of Robeson County. Not only were they denied 
schools of their own, but they were now made brutally aware of their lack of identity as a people. The Indians, 
fortunately, had an advocate of their cause m the North Carolina General Assembly _ the Honorable Hamilton 
McMillan of Red Springs. He had investigated the origins of the Robeson County Indians and concluded that they 
were the descendents of the "Lost Colony" and a tribe of coastal Indians he labeled the "Croatans" (actually the 
Indians to which he had reference were Hatteras Indians, but some lived on an island called Croatan). 



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Consequently, Mr, McMillan had legislation enacted giving the Indians of Robeson County both a name and the 
privilege of their own public schools. The two signifigant provisions of the law were: Section 1, "That the said 
Indians and their descendents shall hereafter be designated and known as the Croatan Indians;" and Section 2, 
"That said Indians and their descendents shall have separate schools for their children, school committees of 
their own race and color, and shall be allowed to select teachers of their own choice — ." 

In 1887 an act to establish a normal school in Robeson County was passed by the North Carolina General 
Assembly, The first board of trustees was composed of the Reverend W.L. Moore, Preston Locklear, James 
Oxendine, James Dial, Sr„ J.J, Oxendine, Isaac Brayboy and Olin Oxendine. The end product of their work was 
Croatan Normal School. The Act stated, "All those who shall enjoy the privileges of said school as students shall 
previously obligate to teach the youth of the Croatan race for a stated period," The legislation appropriated five 
hundred dollars for the payments of services rendered and for no other purpose. When W.L. Moore called a 
meeting to implement the provisions of the law, very few citizens attended. And even then he found it necessary to 
give$200.00 of his own money and to devote his energies full time to the school so it could open and begin serving 
the people. The first college building, a two-story structure, was located on a one-acre site near Pates, where New 
Hope Church now stands. This original building was constructed by the Indian people since the legislature made 
no provisions for housing the Indian students. Since W.L. Moore had completed his normal work and since he had 




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played such a major role in getting the school started, it was only fitting that he was elected the first head master 
and teacher, a position he filled for the next three years. The Croatan Normal School opened its doors in 1887 with 
an enrollment of fifteen students. In 1905 Reverend D.F. Lowry received the first diploma issued by the normal 
school for completing its "Scientific Course." In 1909 the decision was made to move the school to the present 
site of Pembroke State University. 

Two years later because the name ■'Croatan" had become a label of decision, the General Assembly changed 
the name of the people to "Indians of Robeson County," and the name of the school to "Indian Normal School of 
Robeson County," a change that pleased nobody and settled nothing. The Indians wanted a more clearly 
identifiable name for themselves, and in 1913 the legislature renamed them the "Cherokee Indians of Robeson 
County" and the name of the school became the "Cherokee Indian Normal School of Robeson County," a name it 
would bear for the next twenty-eight years. In recognition of the fact that the school was an institution of higher 
learning, the 1941 state legislature officially changed the name of the school to Pembroke State College for 
Indians, later shortened to Pembroke State College. In 1953 the doors were opened to such white persons who 
might "be approved by the Board of Trustees." The Brown case in 1954 opened the school to qualified applicants 
without regard to race, religion, or national origins. 

The General Assembly of North Carolina granted regional status to the institution in 1969 changing the name to 
Pembroke State University. For 67 years the institution served only Indian people of Robeson County. Today, as in 
1887, a Lumbee Indian, Chancellor English E. Jones, proudly heads one of North Carolina's finest institutions. 

On October 2, 1969 at the University Convocation, Governor Robert Scott concisely summed up the history and 
achievement of Pembroke State University; he said, "From humble beginnings Pembroke State has become a 
major factor in the educational system of North Carolina; its future is unlimited." 

The INDIANHEAD wishes to thank Adolph Dial for compiling this feature. 



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Buffy Sainte-Marie, the highlight of this year s Lyceum Series, is pictured here with Walter Pinchbeck, a Cree Indian like herself and Derek 
Lowry. president of the PSU student body. 

Mr. Pinchbeck, who settled in this area more than 30 years ago. spent many years in service of this institution. Buffy is holding a gift made for 
her by Mr. Pinchbeck. 




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band leader, Stan Kenton. Features in the spring semester 
will include an African Arts Ensemble and a performance by 
a Shakespeare company. 



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Debra Martin, Tip-off Queen 
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Jose D'Arruda 





Dr. Charles D. Bass 



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Dr. Fred W. Beckerdite Dr. Paul J. Berghoff 



Jessie M. Bey 



Faculty 

BASS 
Mathematics 



BECKERDITE 
Biology 

BERGHOFF 
Education 

BEY 
Sociology 

BORLAND 
Geology and Geography Chairperson 

BRYAN 
Health, Physical Ed and Recreation 

BULLARD 
History 

BUTLER 
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Gerald C. Borland 




Ellen Jane Bryan 




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William Robert Bullard, Jr. 



Dr. Loren Leonard Butler II 
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Dr. John Chay 



Dr. Barry Childers 



Dr. Rhoda Collins 



Dr. David L. Cozart 




Profile 



Dr. Edwin W. Grain 



Donald B. Dalton 





Dr. Jesse M. Lamm, Ed.D. New York 
University 

Dr. Lamm came to Pembroke State 
University in the fall of 1969. He had a 
vast amount of experience with 
exceptional children. Dr. Lamm had 
taught the mentally retarded, served 
as a superintendent of an institution 
for neglected, dependent children, 
worked with recreation for the 
physically handicapped, and with the 
Boys' Club in New York City. 

Dr. Lamm began developing a 
special education major at PSU in the 
spring of 1969 under the supervision 
of Dr. L.L. Murray, by studying the 
programs of other universities and 
consulting with their faculties and 
with the N.C. Department of Public 
Instruction. 



Dr. Jose DArruda 



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James B. Ebert 



Annie Merle Elam 



David K. Eliades 



Harold T. Ellen 



Faculty 

CHAY 
History, Chairperson 

CHILDERS 
Psychology 

COLLINS 
Education 

COZART 
Mathematics 

CRAIN 
Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

DALTON 
Communicative Arts 

D'ARRUDA 
Physical Science 

DIAL 
American Indian Studies, Chairperson 

EBERT 
Biology 

ELAM 
Home Economics, Chairperson 

ELIADES 
History 

ELLEN 
Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 



The special education major was 
made possible this year. All the 
special education courses were 
taught by Dr. Lamm until the addition 
of Dr. Paul Berghoff in the fall of 75. 

Not only has Dr. Lamm given extra 
attention to his work in special 
education, but he has also always 
been willing and ready to help a 
troubled student. Many students have 
turned to him for help and have 
received the support and guidance 
they needed. Because of this great 
understanding, and because of all he 
has contributed to PSU, we show our 
gratitude by honoring Dr. Jesse M. 
Lamm, in this, the 1975-76 edition of 
the Indianhead. 



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John Francis Flynn. Jr. 



Dr. Paul K. Freiwirlh 



William F. Fritz 



Joseph J. Gallaghe 




Lacey E. Gane 



Dr. Robert M. Geist 





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George T. Ammons 
Business Administration 

Ray Von Beatty 
Psychology 

Beth Berghoff 
Education 

Dr. James G. Bloodsworth 
Education 

Dr. Robert F. Britt 
Biology Chairperson 

Dr. Chang H. Cho 
Political Science Chairperson 

Annie Hazel Coates 
Business Administration 

Albert D. Dunavan 
Communicative Arts 

James S. Farmer 
Communicative Arts 

Marjorie L. Farmer 
Communicative Arts 

Dr. Carl M. Fisher 
Education 



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Dr. Thomas H. Guerry 



Dr. Robert K. Gustafson 



Faculty 

FLYNN 
Art 

FREIWIRTH 
History 

FRITZ 
Music 

GALLAGHER 
Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

GANE 
Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

GEIST 
Mathematics 

GIBSON 
Communicative Arts 

GRAY 
Political Science 

GREENE 
Home Economics 

GRIFFITH 
Business 

GUERRY 
Philosophy and Religion 

GUSTAFSON 
Philosophy and Religion Chairperson 



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James F. Hubbard 
Psychology 

Dr. Wilton G. Joyner 
Education Chairperson 

Norman W. McLeod 
Communicative Arts 

Jerome A. McDuffie 
History 

Joseph A. McGirt 
Biology 

Dr. David A. McLean 
American Indian Studies 

Dr. Jeffrey A. Mirus 
History 

Dr. L.L. Murray 
Education 

Harold M. Olson 
Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

Dr. Janie 8. Silver 
Education 

Dr. John S. Wallingford 
Physical Science Chairperson 

Ann F. Wells 
Communicative Arts 



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Dr. Frank J. Hall 



Doris B. Johnson 



Dr. Kenneth P. Johnson 



Paul W. Killian 




Dr. James R. Krablll 



Dr. Min-chuan Ku 



Dr. David K. Kuo 



Dr. Jessie M. Lamm 




Dr. Thomas Leach 



Lois B. Lewis 



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Dr. Donald R, Little 



Dr. Ernest L. Madsen 




I. Ruth Martin 



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HALL 

Mathematics 

JOHNSON 

Music 

JOHNSON 

Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

KILLIAN 

Psychology 

KRABILL 

Mathematics Chairperson 

KU 

Political Science 

KUO 

Biology 

LAMM 

Education 

LEACH 

Communicative Arts 

LEWIS 

Communicative Arts 

LITTLE 

Education 

MADSEN 

Physical Science 

MARTIN 

Philosophy and Religion 

MATHEWS 

Communicative Arts 

MAXWELL 

Biology 

MAYNOR 

Education 

MAYNOR 

Business Administration 

NADEAU 

Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

O'BRIEN 

Health, Physical Ed. and Recreation 

PEJACK 

Business Administration 




Dr. Frank S. Pokrass 



George W. Polhemus 




Elma R. Ransom 




Andrew Ransom 



Dr. Robert W. Raising 



James E. Ricklefs 



Dr. Kathryn K. Rileigh 




Dr. John Rimberg 



Dr. Robert L. Romine 



Thomas E. Ross 



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Dr. Raymond J. Rundus 



Dr. John T. Russell 



Dr. Gilbert L. Sampson 



Dr. Karl A. Scheele 



Faculty 



PENNINGTON 

Health, Physical Education and Recreation 

PFEIFFER 

Music 

POKRASS 

Sociology 

POLHEMUS 

Communicative Arts 

RANSOM 

Music 

RANSOM 

Physical Science 

REISING 

Communicative Arts 

RICKLEFS 

Geology and Geography 

RILEIGH 

Psychology 

RIMBERG 

Sociology, Chairperson 

ROMINE 

Music 

ROSS 

Geology and Geography 

RUNDUS 

Communicative Arts, Chairperson 

RUSSELL 

Education 

SAMPSON 

Mathematics 

SCHEELE 

Business Administration, Chairperson 

SCHMALLEGER 

Sociology 

SHAPIRO 

Political Science 

SLAGLE 

Music 

SMITH 

Communicative Arts 




Dr. Frank Schmalleger 



Barry M. Shapiro 




Dr. Harold Slagle 



Richard Smith 





Tom S. Speck 



Ralph I. Steeds 



Dr. Albert Studdard 



Gloria J. Sweet 




Dr. Harold J. league 



Dr. Eugene C. Torbert 



Dorothy A. Urban 



Paul Van Zandt 






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Dr. George R. W/alter 



John W. Ward III 



Maude Ann Webb 



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Dr. Walter L. Weisberg 



Rudy D. Williams 



Judith L, Wish 



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SPECK 

Art 

STEEDS 

Art 

STUDDARD 

Philosophy and Religion 

SWEET 

Business Administration 

TEAGUE 

Physical Science 

TORBERT 

Communicative Arts 

URBAN 

Home Economics 

VAN ZANDT 

Art Chairperson 

VELA 

Communicative Arts 

WALTER 

Music 

WARD 

Business 

WEBB 

Health, Physical Education and Recreation 

WEBERNICK 

Art 

WEISBERG 

Political Science 

WILLIAMS 

Communicative Arts 

WISH 

Education 

WOLF 

Economics, Chairperson 




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Director of Public Information, Gene Warren 

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Director of Athletics, Lacey Gane 



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Dean of Admissions and Registration, Dr. Norma Jean 
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Dean of Faculty and Director of Summer Sessions, Richard C. Pisano 



Director of Media Center, Dr. James G. Bloodsworth 
Director of Admissions, Dr. Charles Jenkins 





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Director of Human Services Center. Josef L. Mandel 




Director of Library Services, L. Miles Raisig 




Admissions Counselor, Sam Cain 



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University Physician. Dr. Marl< Hucl<ereide 




University Nurse. Eva B. Sampson 




Chief Security Officer, Haynes Deese 



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Robert D. Max«rell: Supervisor of Office Services, Ouerlon Cummings 




Business Manager, William S. Mason 




Special Services 



Director. Tommy Swett: Reading 
Specialist. Nelia Mangum: Counselors, 
Alptionzo McRae. Larry Brooks. Stanford 
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Media Center 




Elsie Miller, Erike De Hollan 




Dr. James G. Bloodworth, Warren Love, Rosa Sampson 




Departmental Secretaries: Front Row: Brenda Jacobs, Carol 
Paul, Carolyn Hunt Back Row: Freida Bullard, Billie Davis. 
Helen Alston, Joyce Hughes 



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Administrative Secretaries; Front Row: Helene Lloyd, Ruth Tidwell, Toni McAleer, 
Maureen Reagan Back Row: Darlene Jacobs, Pat Lambert, Sheila Branch, Rebecca 
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ATHLETICS 



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The PSU Teams 






Women's Basketball Team 



This is a rebuilding year for the Lady Braves of Pembroke State University. 

Of the 18 women squad members in pre-season drills, 13 were freshmen. Of the other five three were 
sophomores and two were juniors. 

Ann Webb states, "We have a chance to better last year's record (which was 6-1 1 ).' 

The team leader is Sally Hall, playing her third year of varsity ball. 

"Sally is quick and plays excellent defense at guard," says Coach Webb'. "She had the most steals and 
recoveries on the team last year. 

Another starter from last year back with PSU ,s Sharon Bolton, Sharon averaged 7.1 points a year ago and was 
a good rebounder. ^ 

The third letterman back is Teresa Allen, who averaged 3,4 points last season 

Last year in the state "B" division tourney at UNO-Wilmington, the Lady Braves won their first game then lost to 

go into the losers bracket and were eliminated there in the next contest. This year, PSUs girls hope for better 



Men's Basketbal 



An indication of how young this Braves team is, is that there is not a single senior on the ball club The 14-man 
squad includes five freshmen, five sophomores, and four juniors. No returnee other than Tom Gardner came 
close to averaging m double figures last season. In fact, the top scoring average among all the other lettermen 
was b.o. 

"Tom Gardner shoots as well as anyone I've seen here," says Coach Gallagher, "and ,s an excellent passer " 
tven with Gardner doing well, Gallagher predicts the Braves "will be scrambling for their very lives " 

Hopes are also resting on Lenwood Graham, Jim Griffith and Toney Faulcon, all returning lettermen Some 
promising new players are Benny Callahan, Randy Bridges and Keith Green, all with impressive records 

However, Gallagher, as new head coach, still has quite a job ahead of him. Gone are all but one of the players 
who led Pembroke to records of 20-8, 21 -7 and 1 8-1 over the past three seasons 



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"The Braves will be back!" 

This is the baseball battle cry at Pembroke State University which is bent on erasing the memory of last 
season's 13-18 record and a third place finish in the NAIA District 29 Tournament at Wilmington, 

Completely depleted of its characteristic championship talent before last year, PSU struggled through a hectic 
season. Now the Braves have regrouped and Coach Harold Ellen anticipates a return to the Braves' customary 
place in the sun. 

"It may not all happen this year, but give this squad one or two seasons and we'll be right back up there " 
confidently predicts Ellen, who has coached PSU to four District titles and two Area crowns in the last six years 

He has only three bona fide starters returning from last season, but new faces are plentiful and credentials are 
outstanding. Whereas his pitching was sadly lacking a year ago, Ellen now has a mound corps of 1 1 hurlers seven 
of them freshmen. "If just three of them come through, we'll be on our way," says Ellen 



Cross Country 



The Cross Country Team captured their sixth straight District 29 title and their third NAIA Area Seven title Steve 
Carney was the team leader finishing first in team place and time average. Jeff Moody, Jeff Cushing and James 
Plummer alternated in the second, third and forth positions. Jeff Moody won the Most Valuable Runner award in 
district 29 by sweeping individual honors in the district championships. 

The team competed in the NAIA National Championships in Sallna, Kansas and finished 25th out of 62 teams. 



Track and Field 

The track team has rolled up twenty district championships in the past nine years. A powerful team Indoor 
I rack has a record of six titles in six years and Spring Track has collected seven titles in nine years 

During the past four seasons, two PSU trackmen have won National Champsionships and a total of 16 men have 
collected All-America or Honorable Mention Ail-American honors. 



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The soccer team was hurt this fall with the loss of Mike Coward and Tom Williams. Strong players include Bob 
Fowler, Eric Ricioppo and Jonathan Ukuchu, who play the positions of center fullback, left fullback and inside 
right respectively. 

The season finished with 2 wins, 12 losses and one tied game. That's not a good average, but as "Doc" Johnson 
says, "We gave them some really good games." 



Wrestling 



Last year Pembroke State University produced its most successful wrestling program ever with the Braves 
sweeping both the NAIA District 29 and Area 7 championships and finishing in a tie for 16th place among 88 teams 
in the NAIA nationals. 

That 16th place finish was the highest of any NAIA team in the South. 

Moreover, in Steve LaPrad the Braves produced an Ail-American. The sensation from Roanoke, Va., was runner- 
up for the national 158-pound championship. No other PSU wrestler has gone that far in national competition. 

Because PSU is so formidable as a small college power, two Big Four teams — N.C. State and Carolina — will 
both visit Pembroke for the first time this year for dual meets along with the University of Georgia. 

PSU was also the only small college team invited to participate in the UNC-Chapel Hill Invitational this year. 

Coach Olson has four wrestlers back who went to last year's national meet, LaPrad, David Miller, Rick Liss, and 
Greg Frey. 



Women's Tennis 



This is the third year of intercollegiate tennis for PSU's Women's team, and although Lady Braves are minus five 
squad members of last year, including the number one player, Caron Chavis, Coach Ann Webb says: "We'll do 
better." 

Last season the PSU team struggled to a 3-9 record, beating Methodist twice, but that was an improvement on 
the year before when it was 0-10. 

Both the No. 2 and No. 3 players of last season return to bolster hopes. They are Martha Kivett, sophomore from 
Fayetteville, and Barbara Davis, junior from Maxton, who moved up from No. 5 to No. 3 during the course of last 
season. 

PSU's women's team played a fall tennis schedule and were 1-4 in gaining valuable experience for this spring. 



Men's Tennis 



Rebuilding is the word for Pembroke State's tennis team with the loss of such stalwarts as Doug Eller, Mark 
Boyles and Sonny Garner. 

Led by that trio, PSU last season compiled the best tennis record in the school's history (13-2), and Dr. Ken 
Johnson was named NAIA District 29 "Tennis Coach of the Year." 

The only lettermen back are Gary Carter, and Rob Stewart. 

"Because of losing the heart of our team, we have only a fair outlook," says Dr. Johnson. 

The Braves, who lost only to East Carolina in dual match competition last year, play 12 dual matches this 
season plus tournaments at Campbell, Wilmington (Azalea) and the District 29 event at Wilson. 



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Pembroke expects to have one of it's best golf teams in years. There are five returning lettermen "We will have 
a 10-man squad, the most players we have had out for golf," says Coach Lacey Gane. 

Because of such fine depth, there will be keen compitition for the six playing spots per match. Willis Nance was 
the team leader on a Braves' squad which had a 9-10 record last season. "Nance can be as good as he wants to 
be," says Gane. "He has the talent to win the District title." 



Volleyball 



The volleyball team finished their season with an impressive 14 wins and 6 losses. The girls placed third in the 
state in the "C" division of the North Carolina Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. The team, 
which is only three years old, has won this position twice. 

Inez Wall, who co-captains with Teresa Allen, was elected to the All-Tournament Team in the state tournament. ®^'^'' 
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5. Jeffery Moody 

6. Jimmy Blackwell 

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8. Jimmy Moore 

9. Keith Greene 

10. Dwight Allen 

11. Adelle Lewis 
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13. Earl Baldwin 

14. Thomas Gray 

15. Lila McNeil 

16. Sam Tomlin 

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19. Cheryl Price 

20. Darlene Davis 

21. Ricky Jackson 

22. Aurdy Revels 

23. Carrol Alexander 

24. Angela Price 

25. Josetta Bryant 

26. Marion Oats 

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9. Karen Brookshire 

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8. Pat M. Jones 

9. Beth Shiver 

10. Cannellia Capucille 

11. Edna Lancaster 

12. Mary Jackson 

13. Inez Wall 

14. Sherry Lynn Wallace 

15. Phyllis Jones 

16. Reece Rice 

17. Pann Wright 




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2. Ida Kivett 

3. Carolyn Cottle 

4. Caroline Stewart 

5. Betti Scott 

6. Donna Coleman 

7. Debbie Howell 

8. Delores Conn 

9. Vicki Wiggs 

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11. Debbie Godwin 

12. Pam Huff 

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14. Diana Nelson 

15. Lynn Clark 



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4. Dee Conn 

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8. Linda Poche 

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10. Lynn Wallace 

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Sigma Sigma Sigma was 


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was installed as Epsilon Zeta 


colonized in December of 1973. In 


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Chapter of Kappa Delta 


April of 1974, the colony was 


very active. 




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installed as a chapter of Sigma 


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the community, fellow Greek 


being chief cheerleader, co- 




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organizations and their National 


captain for the girls' 






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basketball team, marshal, 




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provided when Tri Sig sponsored 


Chairman, First Runner-Up of 




collects for the Lion's Club 


a tree decorating party in North 


the Miss P.S.U. Pageant. Pi 






White Cane Drive for the 


Hall, To encourage the holiday 


Kappa Phi Sweetheart, Pi 






blind. This year we made a 


spirit in the dorm, a door 


Kappa Phi Little Sisters and 






record collection of S550.00 for 


decorating contest was 


co-editor for the yearbook. 






this cause. 


sponsored with a prize awarded 


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to the most festively decorated 


had its Third Annual Themis 




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The National Philanthropy at 


Coppedge, a brother in Pi 






are Who's Who. senators, 


N.C. Memorial Hospital in Chapel 


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Hill is a children's therapy 


elected Zeta Beau, A special 






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playroom. To finance projects 


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achieve on this campus, a 


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the tennis team and chairmen 


functioning and harmonious 


members. This past year has 






of various Student 


Panhellinic Council and to 


been eventful for all of them 






Government Association 


improve Greek life and 


and It is looked upon with 






committees. Kappa Deltas 


relationships. 


fond memories. Everyone is 






also contribute to the Greek 




looking to the coming year 






cause by participating with 




with great expectations. 






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TKEis 

Brotherhood Red 

Carnation Ball 

Slack pledges 

. . . Shiny pins Pig 

Pickins Cherry red 

and gray 

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TEKE "I got 

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TOY DRIVE 

. . .Bus trip to Wilmington 

"Buddies" . . . 

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Beach Trip 

Brotherhood 

Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . 
UNIQUE. 

ALPHA THETA MU became 
the OMICRON DELTA chapter 
of TAU KAPPA EPSILON 
FRATERNITY on May 12, 1973 
and has since strived to show 
leadership and brotherhood. 
The TKE's are community 
involved as well as campus 
oriented. This year, through 
the cooperation of the 
Pembroke Kiwanis Club, they 
collected and distributed 
nearly $500 worth of toys to 
several needy families in the 
Pembroke area in the annual 
TKE TOY DRIVE. TKE is also 
responsible for the basketball 
programs at all PSU home 
games. Another annual event 
is the Red Carnation Ball 
open to all active and alumni 
brothers. This year Charlene 
Averitt was crowned as the 
new TKE sweetheart. In other 
campus events, TKE's 
representative, Debra Martin 
was selected as Miss PSU. 
During Homecoming, TKE 
placed third in the float 
competition and Their 
representative Debra Lamm 
was chosen as 1st runner-up 
for Homecoming Queen. TKE 
stands for involvement and 
togetherness both on and off 
campus. TKE promotes 
brotherhood and above all 
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You suddenly find you have 
nothing to fear 

Alone you stand with nobody near 
When a trembling distant voice, 
unclear 

Stratles your sleeping ears to 
hear 

That somebody thinks 
They really found you. 
Bob Dylan 



Pi Kappa Alpha is . . . a very 
different group of guys with 
varied personalities and 
experiences. . .individuals. . . 
total involvement ... a new 
house . . . garnet and gold . . . 
parties. . . great sisters of the 
Shield and Diamond . . . 

brotherhood Pi Kappa 

Alpha. 



Alpha 

Omega 

Upsilon 

A strong local fraternity 
founded in 1969, Alpha 
Omega. Alpha Omega has 
grown in two areas which 
form the foundation of any 
successful fraternity; 
membership and financial 
security. 

In the fall ATO threw a "pig 
pickin"' for its "Rush Party" 
which all attending enjoyed 
immensely. They remodeled 
their kitchen and improved 
the fraternity house in many 
ways. A very successful 
C.A.R.E. campaign was held 
in the spring of 1975. In the 
last year, ATO has had some 
very memorable weekends at 
Ocean Isle Beach. The new 
fraternity sweetheart is Miss 
Kathy Carrowan. 

Alpha Omega hopes to 
keep their fraternity the 
closest and friendliest Greek 
organization on campus. 

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1. Lane Hudson 

2. Joe Allen 

3. Ronnie Strickland 

4. Jim Propst 

5. Jim Lamm 

6. Keith McKenzie 

7. Jimmy Howard 

8. Larry Brown 

9. Harry Wall 

10. Frank Shepherd 

11. Graham Fox 

12. Jimmy Britt 

13. Randy Chabot 

14. Tony Dellinger 
1 5. Tom Neilson 

16. John Canady 

17. Mitch Gner 

18. Tommy McMillan 

19. Larry Nader 

20. Raymond McGill 

21. David Butler 

22. MikeCafaro 

23. Ted Blount 

24. Eric Ricioppo 

25. Chico Carter 

26. Charlene Averette 

27. Randy Reese 

28. Peter Salupis 

29. Doc Harrel 



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2. Mike Coward 

3. Perry Johnson 

4. Ernest Gore 

5. Billy Whittington 

6. Joe Miller 

7. Eddie Bolton 

8. Ken Kennedy 

9. Dana Bixby 

10. Phillip Bell 

11. Geoff Fish 

12. Clay Shepard 

13. Steve Miller 

14. Robin Whitaker 

15. Art Melvin 

16. Butch Hardee 




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2. Bud Osbourne 

3. Danny Lucas 

4. Bill Hedgepeth 

5. Steve Culver 

6. Doug Merritt 

7. Paul Moody 

8. Tony ZaremskI 

9. Tommy Rachels 

10. John Joseph 

11. Duke Gallop 

12. Les Jones 

1 3, Mitch Covington 

14. JoyTillie 

15. Richard Gaddis 

16. Ashley Royal 

17. Bill Whitehead 

18. Jimmy Whitehead 

19. John Chitwood 

20. Ed Bland 

21. Boyd Williamson 

22. Charlie Bryant 

23. Gary Pitts 



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Jimmy Henderson 
Randy Coppedge 
Joe Grady 
Jeff Tedder 
Sally Hall, sweetfieart 
Gary Norris 
Calvin Ramsey 
Julian Mcintosh 
Greg Tedder 
Kenny Taylor 
Bart Meyer 
Gilbert Lindsay 
Kenny Chester 
Phil Woodriff 
Ron Norman 
Ernest Johnson 
Greg Fry 
David Elliot 



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Candace A. Adams 
James Joseph Allen 
James O. Altman 
Kirby C. Ammons 
Claudia Anderson 
Katherine Andrews 
Cathy R. Atchinson 





Doris Autry 
Levin Davy Ballard 
Debi J. Bailey 
James O. Beard, Jr. 
Eugene Beasley 
Phillip Dexter Bell 
Jane G. Berryman 






Elizabeth W, Bingham 
Deborah E. Blackburn 
Steven Theodore Blount 
Jimmy Blue 
Bettie L. Bouras 
Susan Alexia Bow/en 
Angela C. Bracey 






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Johnny R. Branch 
Kathy Brand 
Pamela Ann Beane 
Brenda Britt 
Rebecca L Bryan 
Deborah E. Burchette 
David Burchfield 



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Samuel R. Burney 
Michael K. Burroughs 
Carol M. Butler 
Denise R. Butler 
Michael A. Cafaro 
Sharon T. Caines 
Wesley T. Caines 



Craig Frederick Callio 
Bobby Cambridge 
Fred E, Cameron 
Martha L. Cameron 
Paul Cargill 
Dennis L, Carr 
John Louis Carter III 



Francine Chavis 
Connie Chavis 
Jane D, Chavis 
Grady Chavis 
Lynne Clark 
Marco W, Clark 
Vicky Cogollo 






Oavid Ernie Coleman 
Betty Coleman 
Craig Collins 
Delores Conn 
Carry Cooke 
Naomi G. Cooley 
Dwight W. Cooper 



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Rudolph K. Coronado 
Carolyn Sue Cottle 
Robert D. Coughlin 
SonaCowen 
Billy Cribbs 
Elsha J. Cromer 
Nancy E. Currie 



Carolyn Sue Davis 
Betty S. DesVergers 
Helen T. Drake 
Donald Dumas 
Nancy L. Ebert 
LaVernaW. Emanuel 
Willie P. Emanuel 



Richard Danny Evans 
William A. Evans 
Dorinda C. Fann 
Jackie A. Feltman 
Fletcher S. Floyd 
Fred Formichella 
Deborah P. Foster 





Hubert Graham Fox, Jr. 
Gregory A. Frey 
Nettie W. Fautterer 
Mary Lou Gage 
Terry A. Gagnon 
William Alex Gant 
Alice Garner 






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Cynthia S. Glock 
Jean Stanley Goins 
Det)orah Ann Gore 
Ginger Gale Gore 
Susan S. Gravely 
Mary A. Green 






Margaret J. Greene 
Kenneth Grables 
James Edward Hall 
Mary Sue Hall 
Odessa Hall 
William Press Hall 
Linda Carol Hammond 






Pamela L. Hammonds 
Berkley G. Hardee, Jr. 
Joan G. Harper 
Margaret Anne Harris 
Sandra G. Harris 
Wanda Harris 
Sylvia W. Hayes 



Karen J. Hendrix 
Joseph S. Henry 
Rosemary A. Herring 
Joseph F. Hinkle 
Thomas W. Hodge 
Patsy Marie Hollar 
Deborah C. Horton 






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William Lane Hudson 
Pamela Marie Huff 
Maddry S. Hughes 
Catherine L. Hunt 
Gwendolyn Faye Hunt 
Jerry R. Hunt 



Marilyn F. Hunt 
Mary Beth Hunt 
Bonnie Sue Ivey 
Terry N. Jackson 
Cathy Jacobs 
Harold D. Jacobs 
Rosa S. James 









Gretchen Johnson 
Perry M. Johnson 
Susie L. Johnson 
Sherryl Joiner 
Candy J. Jones 
Phyllis Donna Jones 
Glenn M. Joyner 



Marilyn S. Joyner 
Sarah H. Kelly 
Debbie Jeane Kennedy 
Cynthia Kinlaw 
Gregory J, Kevitt 
Susan L. Lamb 
H. Morell LaRue, Jr. 






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Daphne Ann Lassiter 
David Lynn Lawrence 
Frankie W. Leach 
Margaret P. Ledford 
Dennis P. Lee 
Rhonda Leggett 
Henry T. Leggette 



Margaret Lewis 
Cheryl Ann Lima 
Kila D. Lima 
Rowena E. Little 
Bonnie L. Locklear 
Deloris Ann Locklear 
Oenzel Ray Locklear 





James Anthony Locklear 
James Harold Locklear 
Joan C. Locklear 
Joanne Denise Locklear 
Katherine D. Locklear 
Linda Locklear 
Linda F. Locklear 






Madeline Kay Locklear 
Ralph Locklear 
Rosa Bell Locklear 
Shelia B. Locklear 
Susan K. Long 
Conrad Lopes 
Bobbie Sue Lovin 



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Jan M. Lowery 
Sandra Lowery 
Winford Derek Lowery 
Helen Lowery 
Terrell Lowry 
Tulula Lowry 
Vickie H. Luck 










Matthew Lynch 
Joyce M. Mason 
Vickie L. Matthews 
Paul Leslie Maynor 
Theresa McCabe 
Charles A. McClellan 
Cheryl A. McCormick 



Arletha McDougald 
Robert McDow 
Raymond T. McGill 
Julian R. Mcintosh 
Mary Elizabeth McKenzie 
Douglas R. McLeod 
Larry Eugene McMillan 



Martha Jane McMillan 
David B. McMillian 
Michael J. McMillen 
Deana Melvin 
Edward F. Melvin 
Diane L. Miller 
Lorraine W. Miller 



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Connie W. Miller 
Emily Jean Miller 
Morris L. Miller 
Teresa Louise Miller 
Adair R. Moody 
Doris Evelyn Moore 
Thomas Neilson 



Patrick S. Newbill 
Bonnie R. Norris 
Toni R. Norris 
Theresa Nuckles 
Lloyd G. O'Daniel 
Belinda C. Oxendine 
Carol S. Oxendine 



Joanne Oxendine 
Linda D. Oxendine 
Shelia Oxendine 
Terry Oxendine 
Norma J. Page 
Cheryl DenisePait 
Rickie C, Parrish 



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Alec K. Patrick 
Rosa D. Pearson 
L.E. Phillips, Jr. 
Bertha Pighet 
James P. PropsI 
Joseph A. Ranke 
Richard Ray 



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Jimmy Lee Reese 
Don Revels 
Larry Nelson Revels 
Martha T. Reynolds 
Annette Louise Rice 
Reece Carolyn Rice 
Roberta Sue Rice 



Barry McCray Richardson 
Martin Lyie Rickman 
Terri Lee Riggs 
Cheryl Jeanne Rogers 
Kelly W. Rogers 
David Rudd, Jr. 
Michael James Rush 







Vicki Lynette Russell 
Kevin F. Ryan 
Terry Lynn Sampson 
Nancy Lynn Scarboro 
Deborah C. Sealey 
Karen Elaine Sedberry 
Peggy W. Sellers 






Rainer Willy Scott 
Harrison Shannon 
Henry Clay Shepherd, Jr. 
Donna G. Simmons 
Pamela Blair Simmons 
Ann Terry Sims 
Lillian G. Singletary 



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Roy DeVone Singleton III 
Charles K. Smith 
Sue P. Spencer 
Arthur Jackson Spillers 
Joyce H. Stackhouse 
Cherri Elizabeth Standley 
Candy Carol Stanley 



Peggy Hardie Stanley 
Barbara Joann Stephens 
Claudia W. Stephens 
Nathaniel R. Stephenson 
Robert William Stewart 
Darlene G. Streater 
Rosa Aiken Strickland 



Daniel Rudolph Suggs 
Nelson Thomas Suitt. Jr. 
Carol J. Swayne 
Edward Lee latum 
Frank W. Taylor 
Carol Jane Taylor 
Sylvia Taylor 






Warren Douglas Taylor 
Nancy M. Thompson 
Ronald Russell Thompson 
Mary L. Todd 
Patricia Faye Townsend 
Sylvia Jean Turner 
Janice M. Tyson 



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Margaret McRae Wall 
Sherry Lynn Wallace 
Shelley C. Warren 
Mary Claire Weaver 
Evelyn C, West 
Marsha D. West 






Norma Boyett West 
Vicki G. Wiggs 
Theresa Wilkes 
Nancy Jobe Wilkie 
Dawit Wilkins 
RubyPauletteWilletts 
Adelia K. Williams 





Fay Green Williams 
Johnie Randolph Williams 
Patricia Lee Williams 
Thomas James Williams 
Boyd C. Williamson 
Gloria Wolinski 
Louise B. Wood 



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Philip G. Woodruff 
Linda Faye Worriax 
Samuel Wynn 
Margaret Wynn 



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Barbara B. Adcox 
Debrah Anne Barbour 
Nancy B. Barbour 
Mahala White Benton 
Dana A. Blxby 
Sharon Bolton 
Ann Marie Brewer 
Charles M. Britt 
Lawrence M, Brown 



Lee Anne Brown 
Charley Clifton Bryant III 
Vanessa Bryant 
Freda Caines 
Walter J. Campbell 
Eva Canady 
John Boyce Canady 
Sabrina Canady 
Robert L. Carpenter 



Sabrina I. Caulder 
Willie Mae Caulder 
Bridget A. Chavis 
Nita Ann Chavis 
Roy Dean Chavis 
Vinson Chavis 
Nancy Elizabeth Cobb 
James B. Coleman 
Mitch Covington 



Larry D. Cox 
Nancy Gayle Cox 
Millicent J. Craddock 
Teresa G. Cummings 
Sandra F. Darnell 
Deborah Rae Davis 
Sandra Carol Davis 
Sherry Ann Davis 
Tony Alfred Dellinger 



Pamela De Rensis 
Robert W. Dole 
Sandra Lee Dunavan 
James D. Edwards 
Joyce M. Edwards 
Warley T. Edwards 
Meloni Vann Ellerbee 
Paul Edward Faulk 
Toni Fleming 



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Michael Edward Flowers 
Joel A. Freelander 
Rachel Jane Frink 
Ava Joy Frye 
Janet Diane Fisher 
Richard E. Gaddls 
Fronda Sue Gatewood 
Jan Marie Glllls 
Debra June Godwin 



Harvey Godwin, Jr. 
Linda Anne Godwin 
Darrell M, Goldsberry 
Jesse Lee Goodwin 
Clinton L. Grainger 
Rebecca Rore Greene 
Joan Byrd Grimes 
Edith M. Grissett 
Sally L, Hall 



Bobby Blake Hammonds 
Albert L. Harding 
Dwight David Harrell 
Becky M. Hatcher 
SallleC. Hathway 
William Lloyd Hayes 
Barbara Ann Hickman 
Kathy Ritchie Hill 
Rosalyn DaleHobbs 



Timothy Walton Hobbs 
Debbie G. Howell 
Carol Elaine Hughes 
Ricky Otis Hughes 
Barbara Ann Ivey 
Edward Morris Ivey 
Sheila Ann Jacobs 
Tommy H. Johnson 
Bonita Ann Jones 



Frank Jones 
John Joseph 
Beverly D. Kelly 
Linda Carol Knotts 
Dennis B. Knox 
Bobby Allen Lamm 
Frank Steven La Prad 
Audrey Elaine Lee 
Andrew K. Leggette 



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Kenneth C. Lenncn 
Gilbert Lewis Lindsay 
Anilnony Locklear 
Billy Dean Locklear 
Burlie Dawson Locklear 
Gary Locklear 
James Ree Locklear 
Linda Gail Locklear 
James H. Locklear 



Ruth Doris Locklear 
Helen E. Long 
Pam Yvonne Long 
Anita S. Lowry 
Karen S. Lowry 
Sybil J. Lowry 
Amy Vaugh Loy 
Erik Dale Luther 
DelbraH. Mabe 



Frances E. Mason 
Angela R. Maynor 
Leon Maynor 

Maylon Edward McDonald 
Frances C. Mclver 
Paul E. McMillan 
DetraceC. Mercer 
John Robert Middleton 
Alton L. Miller. Jr. 



Amalin P. Mims 
Vera Molnar 
June Inez Montgomery 
Debra Rose Moore 
Sadie E. Moore 
Gloria B. Morgan 
Baxter W. Morris 
Sally S. Myatt 
Frank B. Myers 



David D. Myers 
Larry Nader 
Lillian L. Neal 
Marian A. Dates 
Matthew Odom 
Alice S. Osbourne 
Brenda F. Oxendine 
Gail G. Parker 
Debora K. Pate 



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Dwight Pearson 
Linda F. Phillips 
Theresa A. Phillips 
James M. Ransdell 
Arthur R. Reese 
Delano Cleon Reeves 
Joan G. Revels 
Marilyn Jo Rhodes 
Eric Ricioppo 



Nancy S. Robbins 
Archie L. Robinson, Jr. 
Sheila B. Rogers 
Michael L Roshelli 
Herby L. Russ 
Thomas B. Salak 
Claude A. Sampson 
John M. Sanderson 
Kathryn Schwarz 



Edward C. ShavK 
Randy L. Sink 
Joseph W. Smith 
Mary B, Smith 
Jessie A. Smith 
Jennifer Smith 
Milton Smith 
Joseph A. Stanish 
Billy G, Starks 



Beverly L. Stevenson 
Caroline C. Stewart 
Deborah A. Stone 
Gwendolyn Strickland 
Maggie F. Sykes 
Jennifer S. Tanner 
Kendyl Taylor 
Elias J. Thompson 
Shirley J. Thompson 



Youlander D. Thompson 
Felicia W, Turner 
Timothy V. Tyson 
Inez L. Wall 
Delilah C. Walters 
William A, Ward 
Flora F. Warters 
George P. Watson 
Judy L. Wilkins 



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Regina C. Womble 
Sondra H. Wood 



Lynne E. Young 
William G. Young 




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Evelyn Jean Abbott 
Doris Elaine Ackerman 
George M. Aiken 
Teresa Jean Allen 
Glenda Darlene Arnette 
Nancy E, Arp 
Richard Louis Atwell 
Jimmy Martin Autry 
Linda Gail Autry 



Charlene Faye Averitt 
Patrica Ann Baker 
Becky Barnes 
Gray Anthony Barnhardt 
Wendy Ann Barton 
Susan Anita Bird 
Susan B, Blackman 
Edward F. Bland, Jr. 
Tamara Sue Blomberg 



Shirley A. Blount 
Anthony Wayne Britt 
Garry Mitchell Britt 
James Orlando Brooks 
Holly Lynn Brookshire 
Karen Medena Brookshire 
Sharon Kay Bryan 
Sandra Alice Bruant 
Betsy Beatrice Bullard 



Carolyn Bullard 
Donna Lynne Bullard 
Sally Ann Butler 
Dickey Ray Bryd 
Baxter Vance Cagle 
Glen Campbell 
Norma Jean Caple 
Camellia Eve Capucille 
Gil Carroll 



Katherine J. Carrowon 
Cynthia Dale Carter 
Sue Denny Chapman 
Deborah Chavis 
James Douglas Chavis 
Teresa A. Chavis 
Teresa Ann Chavis 
Cathy Faircloth Chesnutt 
Donna Denise Coleman 



204/205 



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Martin Lee Collmson 
Debra Ann Coward 
Linda Carol Coxe 
Edwin Pate Covington 
Betty Cummings 
Cornelia Cummings 
Deborah Cummings 
Peggie Daniels 
Barbara Ann Davis 



Darlene Davis 
Deborah B. Davis 
Mildred E. Davis 
Joy S. Dees 
Patricia H. Denham 
Porshia Faye Dial 
Elaine Marie Dombrosky 
Winifred DuBose 
Kenneth William Edwards 



Mabel Ann Edwards 
Terry Lynn Farrell 
Judith Gay Faulk 
Linda B. Fisher 
Ruth Ann Fowler 
Lena Mae Gal breath 
Jack Gibson 
Melvin Keith Gibson 
Pete Gibson 



Terry Powell Gilchrist 
Rhonda Gale Godwin 
Sharon Kay Godwin 
Brenda Graham 
Lenwood Graham 
Vickie Graham 
Robert Marshall Hale 
Linda Alice Hall 
Ellen Grace Halliburton 



Doris Elizabeth Hamilton 
Annie Lee Hardin 
Bonnie Lou Hayes 
Corliss M. Hayes 
Sandra Diana Haywood 
William Hedgepeth 
LeRoy Henderson, Jr. 
Adjlnorla Hill 
Jane Elizabeth Holmes 



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Johnny Hopkins 

Denise Lee Home 

Sybil Taylor Huggns 

Dena Markell Hunt 

Eric D. Hunt 

Jacqueline Hunt 

Jimmy Hunt 

Stielia Hunt 

Kenneth Howard James, Jr. 



Mary M. Jackson 
Judith Anne Jackson 
Ricky L Jackson 
Barbara Ann Jacobs 
Mary L, Jacobs 
Sheila Ann Jacobs 
Cynthia A. Jones 
Sylvia Ann Jones 
Freddie G. Joseph, Jr. 



Hilda H. Kinlaw 
Martha Frances Kivett 
Debra E. Lamm 
Jim Lamm 
Joseph M. Locke 
Joann Locklear 
Judy W. Locklear 
Judith W. Locklear 
Marilyn Locklear 



Marilyn R. Locklear 
Patricia Ann Locklear 
Rita Locklear 
Vicki Carol Locklear 
Vickie Louise Lowery 
Virgil O. Lowry 
Craig Kelly Lowry 
Deborah Ann Lowry 
Lewis Howell Lyde, Jr. 






Melvin Wiseman McAllister, Jr. 
John David McDuffie 
Allen Wayne McGirt 
Vicki Lynn Mclntyre 
Madius Ray McMillan 
Thomas Neill McMillan 
Rowland Gus McNair 
William Daniel McPhaul 
Kenneth Scott Mercer 



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Joseph Edward Miller 
T. Lynn Moss 
Elizabeth V. Musselwhite 
Darlene Nader 
Diana Lynn Nelson 
Robin Olivia Nobel 
Kalhi A. O'Neal 
Robert LeeOrem 
Jo Ann Oxendine 



ReginaOxendine 
Lyn Padrick 
Pamela J. Pait 
Pamela Ann Paschal 
Susan Marie Peele 
Penelope Ann Phipps 
Gwendolyn E. Pittman 
Ruby L. Pittman 
Linda Marie Poche 



Joel Hudson Props! 
Cathy Rawley 
Eric Raymond Redding 
Linda D. Revels 
Ricky Revels 
Susan Carol Revels 
Larry W. Rice 
Jenny Lind Rowe 
Peter T. Saloupis 



Kelvin Dale Sampson 
Marvin G. Sanderson 
William E. Scarborough 
Thomas A, Sealey 
Hayden Neil Shackelford 
Anne Elizabeth Shivar 
Larry Don Simmons 
Jerry Lynn Smith 
Danny Ray Stedman 



Sharon Marie Stephens 
Leon Strickland 
Seva Strong 
Brooke Elizabeth Syfan 
Marie Anna Teal 
James Robert Thompson 
Peggy Ann Thompson 
Teresa Jean Thornton 
Wendy Gail Tolbert 



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Sammie L. Tomlin, Jr. 
Mitchell Tyler 
Cindy Lee Vann 



Carolyn E, Wagner 
Harry Darwin Wall 
Robin Woodrow Whitaker 



Willie Mae Will^ms 
Andrea L. Willoughby 
Zoe Ann Woodell 



Joanna Gale Woods 
John Mark Wright 
Pamela Jean Wright 




Freshmen 



Deta C. Adams 
Susan Adams 
Paul Alford 
Dwight D, Allen 



Pamela K. Atkinson 
Mary L. Austin 
Roberta A. Bailey 
Jason Baker 



Barbara A. Barber 
Sandra J. Barnes 
Anita H. Barnhill 
Sheila Beck 



Denise L. Bennett 
Robbie E. Bennett 
Timothy G. Blount 
Connie Blue 



Henry Franklin Blue 
Janet Blue 
Annie Laura Brayboy 
Melvin Brayboy 



212/213 







Sue E. Brennan 
Sandra K. Brewer 
Audrey J. Britt 
JoAnne Britt 
JoAnne BrItI 
Wayne Broadhead 
Kathleen Brown 
Charles A. Bryant 
Josetta M, Bryant 



Paul Buie 
Bernadine Bullard 
Bonnie Sue Bullard 
Jean Bullard 
Joan Bullard 
Sherlene Bullard 
Glen G. Burnette 
Wanda Gail Burns 
Joseph F. Butler 



Joyce Cadle 
Nena L. Cadle 
Benny Callahan 
Cheryl A. Campbell 
Jeannie M. Capers 
Albert L. Chaney III 
Kathy Chason 
Anthony Chavis 
Elizabeth Chavis 



Michael A. Chavis 
Garcie Chavis 
Robert T. Cherry 
Betty J. Coe 
Barbara A. Collins 
Vanessa Collins 
Carol D. Cooper 
Kathy A. Cooper 
Wanda Core 



Mitchell M. Cox 
Steve Cox 
Kathy A. Crumpler 
Gainer Cummings 
Iris K. Cummings 
Rose Marie Cummings 
Sarasue Louise Daniel 
Anthony W. Davis 
Eugene Davis 



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Gregorys. Deacon 
Barbara Deese 
Carolyn J. Deese 
Bob A. Denham 
Michael Dumas 
Dianah Lynn Edge 
Gregory Elk 
Cathy Ellerbee 



David Emanuel, Jr. 
Katherine Emmanuel 
Teresa Emanuel 
Garry Carl Evans 
Debbie K. Ferguson 
Donna Sue Flowers 
Kristi Frahm 
Ramona Leigh Furmage 
Willie G.Gholston 



Rodger L. Gibson 
Susan M. Gibson 
Vivian D. Glover 
Roger Godwin 
Rena Gore 
Jimmy L. Graham 
Robert Graham 
Keith W. Green 
Linda C. Hair 



PaulH. Hall 
Debbie S. Hammond 
Debbie A. Hammonds 
D. Steve Hardin 
Robert W. Hedgpeth 
Lisa G. Helms 
Kathy G. Hendren 
Deana J. Herring 
John Richard Hickman 



Dena P. Hondros 
Sidney D. Hughes 
Donald R. Hunt 
Linda Jackson 
William T. Jackson 
Betty Joe Jacobs 
Ella Delois Jacobs 
Bruce W, Jeter 
Patricia Johnson 



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Sandra Kay Johnson 
Carrie S. Jones 
Janet R. Jones 
Wanda K. Jones 
Alvin Douglas Joyner 
Barbara Ann Keyes 
Emily Killette 
Janet Lynn KIrkpatrIck 
George Narh Klsseiti 



Amanda T. Latham 
Berry Leggett 
Eleanor A. Lewis 
James W. Lewis, Jr. 
Kathy Elizabeth Lewis 
Ellen B. Lockemy 
Audena Locklear 
Cathy Locklear 
James R. Locklear 



Jan Locklear 
Jan J. Locklear 
Jennifer Locklear 
Josephine Locklear 
Joyce Ann Locklear 
Larry L. Locklear 
Martha M. Locklear 
Martin D. Locklear 
Melton Locklear 



Pamela Locklear 
Patsy Gail Locklear 
Ruth Locklear 
Stephanie Locklear 
Vanessa R. Locklear 
Wanda Locklear 
Deborah A. Lopes 
Vicki Lowery 
Deborah L. Lowery 



Flora Gail Lowry 
Harver Ann Lowry 
Jerry Lowry 
Miriam F. Lowry 
Anita E. Martin 
Debra Ann Martin 
Laurie B. Maynor 
Betty B. McCollum 
George McDougald 



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Jeffery McGirt 
Joyce McGirt 
Felicia McLean 
Susie McNeill 
Leigh A. McNeill 
Ralph McPherson 
Ann McRae 
Connie L. Mohler 
Mary K. Moore 



Joanne Morgan 
John Mulholland 
Kimberly Nobles 
Rita Ann Noland 
Jerry W. Nunnery 
Gwenda R. Nye 
Audrey Oxendine 
Betty R. Oxendine 
Betty Oxendine 



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lleneH. Oxendine 
Janie L. Oxendine 
Randy Oxendine 
Rita F. Oxendine 
Ronald L. Oxendine 
Sandra S. Oxendine 
Sheryl Ann Oxendine 
Silva Elaine Oxendine 



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Deborah Kaye Parker 
Diane Marie Pate 
Susan G. Pate 
Jannes L. Plummer 
Beverly Prevatte 
Karen Prevatte 
Ertle Bruce Ransom 
William M. Ratley 



Robert Ray 
Cheryl Reaves 
Terry Register 
Twyla Sue Richardson 
Nerval E. Riggs 
Jonathan D. Rogers 
Art M. Rooks 
Phylis M. Samiana 
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Jacqueline Scott 
Wendy Sholar 
Deborah Shope 
Debbie K. Short 
John M. Sides 
Wanda Singletary 
Ronnie A. Small 
Dennis Smith 



Steve Smith 
Jack Southern 
Carolyn A. Spillers 
Wanda Sue Stanton 
Gary A. Stewart 
Edward R. Stone 
Jennifer D. Stone 
Geraldine Strickland 
Ray Strickland 



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Allan L Stubbs 
Maria J. Sumlin 
David C. Swanson 
Vickie G. Sweet 
Buck Thompson 
Charles Thompson 
Betty Jane Tyler 
Deborah Underwood 



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Cathy M. Walters 
Juda Walters 
Laurie Walters 
Donald L. West 
Ronald L. West 
Debra A. Whitman 
Raffinette K. Whittington 
Pamela G. Wiggins 



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